• Shamya Dasgupta

    by Shamya Dasgupta
The Hughes inquest, where blame game became the name

The Hughes inquest, where blame game became the name

If the idea was to suggest ways to make the game safer, then it hasn’t achieved its objective read more

Decoding the Mortaza phenomenon

Bangladesh’s go-to man is the peoples’ champion, and a leader to best most leaders read more

The nostalgia of Ray, Ranji and Pujo

The legendary filmmaker was as much of a cricket nut as you can imagine read more

From Tied Test to 500th, BCCI indifference to history remains appalling

To ignore the memorable Chennai game of 1986, and to not invite several captains for the Kanpur read more

The Guptill-Rohit parallel: Red-ball blues for white-ball behemoths

While New Zealand have put their opener on notice, India continue to hem and haw when it comes to the under-achieving Mumbaikar

Dilshan – the everyday cricketer who copied, then patented the scoop

The inventive batsman’s is a career to be celebrated and cherished as he leaves behind a fulfilling legacy

What price safety? England’s Bangladesh conundrum

The cricket-crazy fans in the Asian nation deserve a full-strength opposition; the undeserving are the trollers on Twitter

Grappling with lambs abroad syndrome, the Australian way

Teams from the subcontinent appear to be adapting to alien conditions better than those confronted with the Asian rope trick

The glory of No. 1, the poignancy of No. 2

The tale of a winner is often overwhelming, but grace in defeat makes the runner-up the equivalent of a champion

Administrative short shrift pulling Indian sport down

For all the flak they have received, the BCCI has walked the talk; other bodies have badly let the Dipas and the Dutees down

The commitment game: Is Paes the equal of Tendulkar?

While the cricket legend’s dedication to the cause was almost always exemplary, the tennis ace has double-faulted more than once

Good guy Jason, troubled captain Holder

There’s something inherently likeable about the West Indies skipper, but he’s a cricketer struggling to do justice to his talent

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